Brodit/ProClip makes a mounting bracket specifically for the Lotus Elise ...LNZ_YELO said:Anyone have pics of how they've installed their iPods in their Elises? I've purchased the adapter but haven't figured out yet where best to put the iPod. Any suggestions for mounting?
Thanks!aletes said:Brodit/ProClip makes a mounting bracket specifically for the Lotus Elise ...
My iPod weighs 5 ounces, so I don't see it as a big weight drag on the car. Oh, and it holds 20 GB, which is a whole lot more than you're going to get on any SD MMC. (If that's all I wanted I'd just burn an MP3 CD, anyway. They're a lot cheaper than a card.)ADD said:Why do this and add weight to the car, when you can load your music on a standard SD MMC card, plug it in your stereo and go.
Ellen,LNZ_YELO said:Yep, the one from Blaupunkt.
They had a direct link in the electronics section to a place that was selling them. On the box, it says:Lumn8r said:Ellen,
Can you tell me the part number, I'm going to need to track one down eventually and it would be great to have the hard part done. (Especially if I have to ask someone else to pick it up for me).
I can afford the extra weight, and since all my music is in WMA format, I'd have to rip my CD's all over again to do MP3 CD's.
I agree that reading the manual will be a good place to start but there's no need to put the songs on a memory card. The touring radio (if not also the base radio) plays MP3 CDs just fine. If there are problems, it's usually down to a setting in the CD burning software.LotusLust said:because you put them on a CD. use a memory card and follow the directins in (guess where??) the manual and you'll be fine.